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Feb 9, 2020
Feeding the People What They Need
What was Jesus trying to teach the disciples with the feeding of the 5,000? 1. God can make much out of little 2. God wants us to feed people (spiritually) 3. Have faith in Me (Jesus), feed the people the Good News (Gospel) and then watch me for the miracles of salvation Mark 6: 30-44 (NKJV) Parallel passages Matthew 14: 13-21; Luke 9: 10-17; John 6: 1-5 Supporting verses: Matthew 13: 54-58
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  • Feb 9, 2020Feeding the People What They Need
    Feb 9, 2020
    Feeding the People What They Need
    What was Jesus trying to teach the disciples with the feeding of the 5,000? 1. God can make much out of little 2. God wants us to feed people (spiritually) 3. Have faith in Me (Jesus), feed the people the Good News (Gospel) and then watch me for the miracles of salvation Mark 6: 30-44 (NKJV) Parallel passages Matthew 14: 13-21; Luke 9: 10-17; John 6: 1-5 Supporting verses: Matthew 13: 54-58
  • Feb 2, 2020Healing Through Faith
    Feb 2, 2020
    Healing Through Faith
    The story of Jairus and the woman with a blood disease demonstrates that faith in Jesus is necessary for healing. Both truly believed in Jesus’ ability to heal. Jesus taught his disciples that he had power of disease and over death. Mark 5: 21-43 (NKJV) Parallel passages: Matthew 9: 18-26; Luke 8: 40-56 Supporting verses: John 4: 21-24;John 20: 28-29; Matthew 28: 9, 16-17; Revelation 22: 8-9; Hebrews 1: 6; Numbers 15: 38-39
  • Jan 26, 2020A Long Day
    Jan 26, 2020
    A Long Day
    Christ begins to work with the disciples to prepare them for the tasks ahead of them. We see in this passage the disciples’ faith being tested as they cross the Sea of Galilee and the miraculous casting out of demons of a gentile man. Jesus proves that He has power over the natural things that occur in our lives and over the evil spirits that wreak havoc in our lives. Mark 4:35-5:20 (NKJV) Parallel passages- Luke 8: 22-39 and Matthew 8: 23-34 Supporting verses: Matthew 9: 37-38; Romans 1: 16 (NKJV)
  • Jan 19, 2020The Facets of the Kingdom of God
    Jan 19, 2020
    The Facets of the Kingdom of God
    Today we look at the five facets of the Kingdom of God in order to better understand Jesus’ ministry. These facets include the Universal, Spiritual, Theocratic, Messianic, and the Mystery Facets. Brother Mike explains each facet and why it is important that we understand these. Genesis 15: 5-6; Isaiah 49:6; Matthew 12: 39-40; John 1:3; Hebrews 11: 8; 2 Peter 2: 4 (NKJV)
  • Jan 12, 2020Miraculous Proof That Jesus is the Messiah
    Jan 12, 2020
    Miraculous Proof That Jesus is the Messiah
    The Jewish leadership had already decided that Jesus was not the Messiah, but they couldn’t deny his miracles. There were three distinct miracles Jesus did to prove he was the Messiah- healed a Jewish leper, cast out a demon of a blind and mute Jew, and healed a Jew born blind. Never had these things been done before. So how did the Jewish leadership respond to these miracles? Matthew 12: 22-50; Matthew 8: 1-4; John 9: 1-12; Matthew 9: 27-34; Matthew 4: 23-24; Mark 3: 22 (NKJV)
  • Jan 5, 2020Are You the Coming One?
    Jan 5, 2020
    Are You the Coming One?
    There are times in our lives when we are doubtful and question God about what is going on because our expectations are limited by our knowledge and things don’t happen the way we think they should. This was the situation with John the Baptist. His knowledge and experiences were limited because he was in prison and relying on reports from his disciples. So, he sends a couple of them to ask Jesus if he is the one they have been waiting for. Matthew 11: 1-4, 14-29; Luke 7: 18-28 (NKJV)
  • Dec 29, 2019Dealing With The Practical Things
    Dec 29, 2019
    Dealing With The Practical Things
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    In his letter to the Roman Christians, Paul tried to get people to deal with practical things and not get caught up in religious tenets. He presented a task, the method to accomplish the task, the earthly product, and the Heavenly payoff in these verses. Romans 15: 1-6 (NKJV)
  • Dec 22, 2019Jesus and His Validity Through Genealogy
    Dec 22, 2019
    Jesus and His Validity Through Genealogy
    Jesus is validated as being through the line of Mary (a descendant of Nathan-son of David) by genealogy records. Joseph’s lineage included a curse (Jeremiah 22: 28-30), so Jesus could not have been born through his line. Genesis 3:15; Jeremiah 22: 28-30; Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1: 16, 18, 20; Luke 1: 27-33 (NKJV)
  • Dec 1, 2019Freedom of Conscience
    Dec 1, 2019
    Freedom of Conscience
    As we wrap up our study of the Reformation, we conclude with Roger Williams’ move toward Freedom of Conscience-the freedom to worship in one’s own way, including the right not to worship. Prior to 1636, nearly every government on earth assumed responsibility for spiritual as well as political concerns, often invoking laws demanding that citizens worship at a certain church and in certain ways. However, Roger Williams proposed the idea of Freedom of Conscience when he came to the New World. This eventually was the basis for the first amendment to the US Constitution-freedom of religion without government control. Luke 9: 52-56; Romans 5:1 (NKJV)
  • Nov 24, 2019The Reformation Continues Into the New World
    Nov 24, 2019
    The Reformation Continues Into the New World
    The development of the New World opened up a door for those wanting to separate themselves from the Church of England and establish themselves outside of persecution and within their own revolutionary thoughts. From this religious freedom leaked a fuel for a larger movement of complete freedom for all religious movements apart from governments. Philippians 4: 4-7 (NKJV)
  • Nov 17, 2019Baptism Beliefs During the Reformation
    Nov 17, 2019
    Baptism Beliefs During the Reformation
    Baptism was a paradigm shift in the Reformation. There were lots of disagreements between infant baptism and Baptism after salvation (Believer’s Baptism). People were even imprisoned for baptizing adults after salvation. We look at the events of that time and the common beliefs of that time as well as how those who believed in Believer’s Baptism were persecuted and eventually left for the New World. Matthew 28:19 (NKJV)
  • Nov 10, 2019Reformation in England
    Nov 10, 2019
    Reformation in England
    The Reformation in England plays into why we are where we are today Biblically. As the Bible is being translated into English by Tyndale, we see many new words such as atonement, Passover, and scapegoat being used for the first time. We also see the word baptism being transliterated instead of translated. Bro. Mike explains why all this is important in the way we came to the Bibles of today. Galatians 3:27 (NKJV)
  • Nov 3, 2019The Breakdown of the Vernacular
    Nov 3, 2019
    The Breakdown of the Vernacular
    A history of the translations of the Bible is given, beginning in the fourth century with Jerome and continuing through the Reformation to the seventeenth century. As it was translated from the Hebrew to Latin, words were changed thereby changing the meaning as well because the Latin version was influenced by the Catholic Church. In Tyndale’s translation (1525), which was from the Greek to English, the words were given their true meaning. Matthew 28:19 (NKJV)
  • Oct 27, 2019Justification By Faith
    Oct 27, 2019
    Justification By Faith
    Justification occurs instantaneously through faith. Martin Luther believed this after studying the Scriptures. However, other religions of the time did not. This is what brought about the Reformation, which spawned many religious denominations from the Catholicism including Lutherans, Calvinists, Anglicans, Presbyterians, etc. Romans 4:4-5, 5:1 (NKJV)
  • Oct 20, 2019Martin Luther and the Reformation
    Oct 20, 2019
    Martin Luther and the Reformation
    Every square inch of land where Luther was at belonged to the Roman Catholic Church. Yet he had the faith and courage to stand against all the religious and political powers of Europe in defense of his beliefs and led the Great Reformation. Romans 1:17; Mark 1:15 (NKJV)